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RTX or bust.
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Machen says that “People clearly like VR if it’s the right game but as far as [finding] the ‘League of Legends of VR’, we haven’t found that.”
It’s still very possible that, given more time, Anthem could course-correct and recover. But three months in? We’re hardly optimistic.
RTX or bust.
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